With a small classroom size, and individual attention, children’s education is focused around six important learning areas in this environment.
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As the culmination of our School Readiness Pathway program, Private Kindergarten brings together all the lessons and skills of your child’s journey in a program designed to best prepare them for success throughout their academic life.
This program gives children a chance to sharpen academic skills, such as:
Provides the opportunity to experiment with different roles and materials to explore the familiar and unknown through pretend play, use imagination, and exercise social and emotional skills to make sense of the world.
Students are enabled to understand how to use different materials to construct, create, and make sense of the way things fit together.
Creativity, problem-solving, and self-expression are developed in this center, as children discover different art techniques, color concepts, and cooperation.
Children develop critical-thinking skills, while experimenting and exploring science and math concepts that challenge their investigative skills.
Children practice communication through writing, as they work on letter and word recognition and formation, segmenting words into sounds, and putting sounds together to make words.
Story reasoning, print awareness, and word recognition are some of the significant literacy skills children begin to develop in this area.
Private kindergarten offers nationally recognized, award-winning, research-based early childhood educational curricula to enhance literacy and math skills.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Journeys: This balanced literacy approach and integrated language arts program has been proven to significantly boost student achievement. It is designed for a range of students, including English language learners, plus emerging, on-level, and advanced readers.
McGraw-Hill Everyday Mathematics®: Developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project and used by more than 4.3 million students, this program is widely considered the most trusted in the U.S. Research-based, field-tested strategies teach basic and conceptual thinking–resulting in lifelong mathematical power.
Handwriting Without Tears®: This unique program, developed by occupational therapists, helps children learn how to form letters, with the goal of making handwriting an easy and automatic skill for all students. Research has shown this program improves letter size, spacing, and overall legibility.
In this classroom, children work to sharpen their academic skills for elementary school. Their development is tracked across five benchmarks:*Show Details
With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a story or informational text.
Count to 100 by 1’s.
Share personal family stories and traditions.
Planning and conducting an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object.
Follow a small set of step-by-step directions without assistance.
Recent research has found that kindergarten teachers rank the ability to self-regulate as the most important characteristic necessary for school readiness.
Dr. Susan Canizares
*If your school is located in Texas or Virginia, these benchmarks vary. Please see your director or teacher for details.